The Brand New Method to Identify Depression


A new way to diagnose autism Ami Klin

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Defining and Diagnosing Clinical Depression

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How to Diagnose Depression: SIG E CAPS

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Diagnosing Depression

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Depression: Diagnosis and Treatment

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How To Diagnose Depression

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TUESDAY, Sept. 16, 2014 (HealthDay News) A new blood test is the first objective scientific way to diagnose major depression in adults, a new study claims. The test measures the levels of. To effectively diagnose and treat depression, the doctor must hear about specific symptoms of depression. A doctor may use a series of standard questions to screen for depression.

The DSM-5 has been updated to help therapists better diagnose depression in their new clients and make more accurate diagnoses. Since symptoms of depression can manifest differently in different people, finding a diagnosis. While biological changes are evident in those with depression, there is no physiological test for a depression diagnosis.

Instead, medical tests are used to rule out other. Depression Diagnosis To diagnose depression, your health care provider will ask you questions about your symptoms and family history. You may be asked to fill out a questionnaire about your symptoms. To be diagnosed with major depression, a person’s symptoms must fit the criteria outlined in the DSM-5. 6. Feelings of sadness, low mood, and loss of interest in their usual.

Clinical trials are research studies that look at new ways to prevent, detect, or treat diseases and conditions, including depression. During clinical trials, some participants receive treatments under study that might be new drugs or new combinations of drugs, new surgical procedures or devices, or new ways. There are no laboratory tests to diagnose depression.

But there are tests that can be used to rule it out. Your doctor may perform blood work to check for other conditions that could. The first step in diagnosing depression is usually determining if there’s a physical cause for your symptoms, of which there are many possibilities.

In a new study, scientists discovered that tiny proteins in the brain called tubulin play a critical role in orchestrating depression. Overall, the study suggests that tubulin could be a.

List of related literature:

Screening for depression in clinical practice: An evidence-based guide.

“Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nursing: Integrating Psychotherapy, Psychopharmacology, and Complementary and Alternative Approaches” by Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN
from Advanced Practice Psychiatric Nursing: Integrating Psychotherapy, Psychopharmacology, and Complementary and Alternative Approaches
by Joyce J. Fitzpatrick, PhD, MBA, RN, FAAN
Springer Publishing Company, 2012

Diagnosis and management of depression in primary care: A clinical update and review.

“Nursing for Wellness in Older Adults” by Carol A. Miller
from Nursing for Wellness in Older Adults
by Carol A. Miller
Wolters Kluwer Health/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2009

Exercise as a treatment for depression and other psychiatric disorders: a review.

“A Guide to Evidence-based Integrative and Complementary Medicine” by Vicki Kotsirilos, Luis Vitetta, Avni Sali
from A Guide to Evidence-based Integrative and Complementary Medicine
by Vicki Kotsirilos, Luis Vitetta, Avni Sali
Elsevier Health Sciences APAC, 2011

One example in the area of mental disability is the common response to the announcement “I have depression”: “Oh yes, I sometimes get depressed too.”

“Mad at School: Rhetorics of Mental Disability and Academic Life” by Margaret Price
from Mad at School: Rhetorics of Mental Disability and Academic Life
by Margaret Price
University of Michigan Press, 2011

There is a case for opportunistic screening for depression using such a simple questionnaire in general practice.

“Oxford Textbook of Global Public Health” by Roger Detels, Martin Gulliford, Quarraisha Abdool Karim, Chorh Chuan Tan
from Oxford Textbook of Global Public Health
by Roger Detels, Martin Gulliford, et. al.
Oxford University Press, 2017

Self-report and clinical interview ratings in depression.

“Manic-Depressive Illness: Bipolar Disorders and Recurrent Depression” by Frederick K. Goodwin, Kay Redfield Jamison, S. Nassir Ghaemi
from Manic-Depressive Illness: Bipolar Disorders and Recurrent Depression
by Frederick K. Goodwin, Kay Redfield Jamison, S. Nassir Ghaemi
Oxford University Press, USA, 2007

Clinical detection of depression among community-based elderly people with self-reported symptoms of depression.

“Mindfulness-Based Treatment Approaches: Clinician's Guide to Evidence Base and Applications” by Ruth A. Baer
from Mindfulness-Based Treatment Approaches: Clinician’s Guide to Evidence Base and Applications
by Ruth A. Baer
Elsevier Science, 2015

Screening for depression in the medically ill: The suggested utility of a cognitive-based approach.

“Adult Psychopathology and Diagnosis” by Deborah C. Beidel, B. Christopher Frueh, Michel Hersen
from Adult Psychopathology and Diagnosis
by Deborah C. Beidel, B. Christopher Frueh, Michel Hersen
Wiley, 2014

Research diagnostic criteria subtypes of depression.

“Clinical Applications of Bowen Family Systems Theory” by Peter Titelman
from Clinical Applications of Bowen Family Systems Theory
by Peter Titelman
Haworth Press, 1998

Screening for depression in elderly primary care patients.

“Geriatric Physical Therapy eBook” by Andrew A. Guccione, Dale Avers, Rita Wong
from Geriatric Physical Therapy eBook
by Andrew A. Guccione, Dale Avers, Rita Wong
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

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  • The Lovaas ABA Program found years ago that the best advances are made with children who started treatment early. Tha program is now the recommended one for autism. It’s the only one with solid research support.


  • From sweden here im a women that have anxyety/ panicattaks erly every morning i am so tierd and feling like i cant cop enymor. Can ECT help me? I have pain in my body and NO energy.

  • After a lifetime spent consuming toxins, propaganda, and porn what would you expect. Love the stuff on SOC this smells too much like GB PR loads of much better presentations by Michal Schwartz…tooth ache:-/

  • Genetic information changes throughout a person’s lifetime (obviously not drastic in most cases). A question I’d ask thoroughly is: How many factors contribute to the well-being of a person? Too general, or too complex? Possibly neither and that in fact alot more information needs to be gathered on such a weighted question.

  • I am 16 years old. I feel completely stuck in situations sometimes. And most of time I am confused. I use to have suicidal thoughts from my childhood from 8-14 years of age but now I have somehow controlled on my suicidal thoughts but when I am very angry or very upset I don’t have control on myself. I don’t want to hurt others so I think it’s better to hurt myself than others. Since this year I started overthinking. I speak in my mind and the conversation goes whole day. My head painss a lot. I don’t know how to tell you how I feel right now. Once I vommited for an entire month.. And sometimes I just cry for no reason.. I was a bright child but this year I faied in 1 subject in each term. I am so stressed.. Plzzzzz help I don’t know what to do. The things which matters to me the most are the one for which I am not taking any action.. I feel better to sleep and always just lost in my imaginary world.. I feel alone and feel no one would understand me.

  • interesting points,if anyone else wants to learn about can you cure depression try Vaxicorn Depression Remover Guide (just google it )? Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my work buddy got cool success with it.

  • If so much of brain and social development is based on where a child’s eyes are focused, this raises the question of how blind children develop. Maybe the reason blind people don’t have the same lack of social awareness as autistic people is because the parents of blind children make adjustments to accommodate them at an early age. Maybe making similar adjustments for autistic children would result in almost normality.

  • I just started Ketamine infusion therapy for long time deep depression and inflammatory pain issues. I’m happy to say that after the 2nd infusion the depression is completely gone and pain issues mostly gone. It’s been several days after the 3rd infusion and it hasn’t returned. I have been depressed most of my life and it is a miracle to feel good. I have 3 more infusions to go and I see a bright future in my life. Expensive? Yes. But worth every penny! This proved to me the theory that depression is an inflammatory process.

  • I work with people who coordinate with Dr Klin along with meeting him on a few occasions. He is a very knowledgeable and this isn’t the only talk I have heard him give.

  • I can show you proofs of people who have testify cured totally and I can send your their phone numbers to reach them. I have cured so many children and adults with the help of my herbal medicines. You can contact me now if you need any help [email protected] and [email protected] WhatsApp number is +2348102558553…..

  • I’m not talking about anyone else.
    “… it gives ME the same response as it would if I had no internet.”
    I am aware not everyone has this problem.

  • What if late onset beta amyloid accumulation is a result of eating frequency and timing that interfere with the brains natural cleansing process during sleep?
    In addition to eating non-proteinogenic amino acids from plants that could be incorporated into proteins like synucleins by errors in translation, casuing an autoimmune response when erroneous amino acids are detected.

  • At about 43:43 a man in the audience asks about “kerkamine”. He mentions that there are cultures that eat a lot of it and it’s proven to reduce inflammation. What is this? I’m obviously spelling it wrong as I’m not getting any google results for it.

  • He mentioned the immune system has a memory like an elephant, if you had a vaccination for small pox you will have a life long immunity. My question: in a social situation that causes infliction via stress whether because of family or social isolation, what is the body inflamed against? or is the inflammation the cause of the damage? where is the physical damage that enacts an immune response? because to me it seems the immune system has a memory spanning generations and what would be the risk in tampering with it? I feel as if we are blind to the unentended consequences.

  • Professor Bullmore is a mesmerizing lecturer. I could listen to him for hours. It’s sad that it’s 2019 and we still don’t understand depression or obesity.

  • Who is the prick giving a political speech at the beginning, a BBC Guardianista?
    What is wrong with these people, they can’t resist the urge to virtue signal and preach introducing a scientific lecture.

  • Interesting lecture giving insight into new and exciting approach to understanding depression. I’ve heard before about conservation of energy hypothesis and similarity in behavioral symptoms of depression and inflammation in primates. It’s great to get some extra insight. Now I’m considering picking up ‘inflamed mind’ book.

  • I am happy to see this video explain that autistic people see the world with a different perspective than you or I. I myself am diagnosed with what is now called ‘ADD’ but I chose to ignore the drugs which are meant to cure my ‘ADD’ after trying them simply because they where attempting to make me something that I am not. I agree that autistic people should have better opportunities to be who they are and do what they are good at rather than being pushed into some form of ‘cure’ as I have.

  • This isn’t fool-proof… I made eye contact fine as a baby, but I have autism. Also I doubt that little girl is oblivious at 5:12. She looks focused on something more interesting than some dude’s face. Just because we aren’t looking at you doesn’t mean we aren’t paying attention.

    “Becoming Autistic” is a bit misleading… People are born autistic. At least I was. My symptoms showed up the day I exited the womb.

  • I currently work with autistic children through the son rise program. It has cures thousands of individuals of all ages of their autism.

  • Of course it does, its how cancer occurs, the person stated that it just changes and stays the same, but when it does something happens, IE cancer

  • Quack. Ridiculous excuse for science. Might as well say you have no bloody idea at all but glaxo will hopefully make a mint from the posters.

  • Dear Dr Klin, you are a very competitive, human and sensible professional. I am totally agree with you. Your investigations are amazing, I think all the people who works in clinic and in the pedagogical field with children and adolescentes with Autism must to read all your articles. I understand the enormous need to do and have competitive professionals in the field of neurodevelopmental disorders, Today and not Tomorrow.
    I wish you a very long race in this wonderful field.

  • The best cure for mental illness is ridding the world of psychiatrists!!! Make them take the drugs they prescribe! That would be justice!!! Doctors kill, not heal. They harm. Not help.

  • Diagnosing at 6 month is very problematic. My daughter has had intense eye contact all the way up, but showed clear signs of autism at 2 years of age. Seeing the kids at her school convinces me that autism is a very wide spektrum indeed with a lot of different symptoms. But Ami Klin is so right about the isolation perspective and that’s the thing You as a neurotypical spot right away when You enter a room with an autistic child or person.

  • I can show you proofs of people who have testify cured totally and I can send your their phone numbers to reach them. I have cured so many children and adults with the help of my herbal medicines. You can contact me now if you need any help [email protected] and [email protected] WhatsApp number is +2348102558553……

  • I didn’t discover I am autistic until I was 53, before that I thought I was cursed for something I had done in a former life.
    And when I looked at my family I recognized it in all of us on my mother’s side.
    I was incredibly relieved, as I realized it wasn’t my fault after all.
    I can now live the rest of my life knowing who I am and why.
    I am blessed, not cursed.

  • I applaud the fact that the lecturer owned up to being an employee of GSK.The lecturer seemed unaware that the malaise that frequently accompanies illnesses has been recognised and documented by doctors for many, many decades. Over the last couple of decades though, malaise has been rebranded as depression thereby opening up a vast new market for GSK et al. However from this lecture we can glean that the effectiveness of antidepressants on these patients is underwhelming probably because most do not have a depressive illness. I do agree that the new technique of investigating the activity of genes and correlating it to unwellness and its improvement is fascinating in its potential and may yield effective interventions. And like some commenters, I would not be surprised if diet (including avoiding refined sugar) is discovered to be very important.

  • Radiation.., eating habits.., other chemical interferences…, the list goes on to why genetic information can, does, and will change throughout a living being’s lifetime.

  • Every time I listen to a good TedTalk like this I feel dumb for not knowing this stuff and then smarter for knowing it now. And then dumb again.

  • All I can think of is poor Mr. Q from 28 years ago. Left to suffer. That inflammation is a causative factor is certainly valuable information. But then what of it? How do you lower it in the brain? As an effective, targeted approach. Hopefully we don’t have wait another 28 years to find out. I like this man, but he certainly doesn’t have depression and the desperation that it causes.

  • the reason the autistic’s attention wanes is because of the heightened sensitivity they are born with. look at the early attention. at birth attention is not voluntary. autistics are easily over stimulated, and games and interactions that typically developing babies find engaging will be too intense an experience for an autistic. imagine if as a baby, people talking to you was like thunder and their gaze engulfed your very soul! you’d shy away from it too!

  • Could I teach this to my high functioning son? Could we work in eyes and attention now? I wonder….I could teach him cues couldn’t I?

  • This subject sucks. They talk about this link between depression and inflammation for about 10 years by now, a ton of studies have been published. They always tell the same stuff we need new treatments and options ASAP.

  • I’m autistic and you talk so much nonsense! Stop pathologising us! You can’t cure autism or prevent it. We don’t need curing, we’re perfect as we are!

    You know absolutely nothing about autism. Autism is not about looking into someone’s eyes, that’s an insignificant part of autism.

  • “Never” is absolute. Genetic information changes.. all the time, based the the fact the longer you wait to have kids the more likely to be health implications. We are bombarded with free radicals, from radiation (i.e. the sun, ultraviolet, etc, and other waves) which does impact our genetic information. A MORE accurate way to look at genetics is to think of them as “stable” not impervious to change. I don’t understand why you find that so hard to believe? Change is inevitable in all things.

  • to anyone who has been diagnosed with depression: what was the process you went through? i feel like my friend is lying for attention

  • I am skeptical because, until exact genetic testing is possible, diagnosis has to be made by comparing children to a black and white standard of developmental milestones that aren’t so black and white. Take eye fixation for example, it isn’t until 16 months that autistic children go beneath the low end of average for children of their peer group. That being said, there is a need to identify children that show possible signs of the autism spectrum; hopefully with few false positives.

  • So base on what he says, at least half of the youngsters or adults out there now are autistics. You might called type II autism caused by digital Gadgets. Kids or adults these days are all digital compulsive touching their iPhone iPad non stop. They are not looking or talking to one another but at their digital devices. They don’t know if their mother walking in right front of them unless you talk away their Gadgets.

    So if you are Dx autism, don’t feel special because you are the majority.

  • Yes it changes in different generations, not in the same persons lifestyle. Mutations occur all the time in the body, when DNA / proteins are being synthesized, every time this happens there is a chance for mutation, but the body can correct these, but sometimes it cant, this is why cancer occurs.

  • Perhaps a little bit of further reading might be in order there. At the most basic level evolution is a genetic change generation upon generation. There are also a number of known factors which directly change the genetic code in DNA.

  • How early though (if that’s too personal a question you don’t have to answer)? And something “different/*wrong*” isn’t necessarily always autism, that’s why I said I’m intrigued to see future research.

  • I’m skeptical about such an early diagnosis (first 8 months of life), but am very intrigued to see the results of future research.

  • Could all the depression and inflammation be to the modern excessive use of sugars and carbohydrates?

  • No it never changes, unless a mutation occurs, it can be caused by these things but it usually gets corrected by proteins, when it does correct them this is when cancer occurs, sometimes mutations occur before the baby is born, this is why some baby’s are born with disorders, due to things such as smoking and like you said, eating habits.

  • Thank you for share this vídeo. I just link this to a paper with the title:
    Is there a vaccine for Autism Spectrum Disorders?
    A recent scientific report claims that a vaccine against Autism Spectrum Disorders has been developed, which caused great controversy around the subject.

  • …sceptical review of EB’s 2018 ‘The Inflamed Mind’…by a fellow psychiatrist:

  • Granted hereditary changes occur generation on generation. It is arguable that de novo mutation is also during a lifetime. But somatic mutation does occur in generation based on all sorts of things (and so far is thought not to become hereditary).

    Your initial comment was that genetic information never changes but clearly it can and does.

  • I was reading some comments and I see that many people say that they have autism and are geniuses or that it is just a different way of thinking. Well I’m glad that they are able to take a computer and express their thoughts through a weaving, but there are many who can not develop language by themselves and need help to achieve it and I think that’s what this video points to, early intervention in order to be able to give the tool of language to those who could not develop it themselves as many of those who comment here. Sorry for my english but I do my best

  • So I found this because I think I have depression I dont have a bad life I haven’t seen any trauma or have lost a loved one but I still think about suicide and I feel like I’m the stupidest human in the world I lied because of laziness causing me to be an idiot and I have no one to blame but myself and I dont even think my family is taking me seriously everything that goes wrong is automatically put on me and I just take it it’s like I’m holding hundreds of pounds on my back I have problems sleeping doing anything productive understanding simple things and I dont trust anyone with everything about me not a single soul I hate myself and everything else for no reason i take out anger on my friends by yellinv and arguing worsening my already fragile friendships and with that my rant is over thanks for reading

  • My therapist didnt even care that i had harmed myself recently after being clean for a few months. Neither did my treatment center. Im 16 years old been going through selfharm since I was 11. Nobody has even taken me serious and im at the point where I do nothing, I dont shower, i dont get up, i dont talk to anyone and i feel very empty. Ive never been diagnosed by anything, not gotten the oppurtiniy to talk about what i feel inside because they brush it off every time i talk about it. I am paranoid all the time seeing things and hearing. I cant handle life but there’s something that holds me back, not family, but my dead cats are here for me and I will Ask if i can get cats again, i havent had cats since I was 11

  • I found that the path to inner peace from a non medical/environmental caused depression is to have a relationship with Jesus. The spiritual side of our being is often neglected or filled with ‘stuff’ that doesn’t belong there…That’s what i did anyway and the end result was an inner peace that was not there before. If anybody is in need of teaching on what a salvation relationship in Jesus is and is not…the site, teachingfaith com has a free teaching series titled, ‘change of mind’ (30+ videos) which will explain all. It is the best series out there in my opinion. If you patiently plow through them, you will actually be an expert on the topic and know exactly how to begin and maintain your relationship…and the soon to be inner peace and zero depressive thoughts/life actions…

  • Even if a child is diagnosed with autism that early and they’re mistaken, the help they’ll provide that child can’t hurt him/her if he/she doesn’t actually have autism. So it’s worth it either way.

  • why the hell are you all talking like autism is a problem and that its the creation of the autistic person. I am close friends of several autistic people who are high functioning members of society the issue isn’t autism the issue is people not accepting what autism is. I know 1 man who is autistic who left high school with 130 credits (typical credits is 80 and) a collage degree. not to mention though’s who have extremely gifted social skills I don’t know what pipe this quack is smoking but maybe he should try seeing the world through an autistic eyes the only true piece of this entire clip was what he said at 18:37 everything before that is pure bull-poop.

  • Where knowledge and passion meet, great things have the opportunity to flourish. Mr (Dr.?) Klin is certainly knowledgeable and passionate. I look forward to hearing about future advances in this area.

  • I believe when they said “Youtube” they ment, “Youtube” itself as a website. Not the community “Youtube” Referring to both cases.

    Easy to mix those up. Air quotes:)

  • Anybody struggling with depression looking for friendscheckout my channel. Im doing a everyday video log of my MF pointless life.

  • An inspiring introduction. Every Psychiatrist, Doctor, Therapist and person suffering with Clinical Depression should be made aware of this ground-breaking work.

    If supported by further research, this could be one of the most significant breakthroughs in Psychiatry seen in the past 50 years. Depression, (not to be confused with the normal emotion of “sadness”) is one of the most widespread forms of disability of our times. Sadly, and I say this as both a therapist and a sufferer, the illness is often hard to treat with either “therapy” or standard antidepressants.

    The inflammatory model brings together what is observed biologically and socially in terms of traumatic childhood events and ongoing life stressors (which via increased inflammation) may act as triggers for depression. It is also commendable that professor Bullmore has acknowledged the possible role of the Microbiome as another contributory factor in terms of fuelling inflammation.

    Dr Bullmore’s presentation was clear, extremely measured and cautious. Nevertheless, like him, I hope this will lead to new treatments and diagnostic criteria within a generation or so.

    Thank you Professor Bullmore for the work you are doing.

  • I’d love to be able to watch this video, seems exciting and interesting.
    Unfortunately, it give me the same response as it would if I had no internet.